Yinzhen Bai Hao (Silver Needle)

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170 °F / 76 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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The rarest and most spectacular of the white teas is this, Yinzhen Silver Needle. Early in the spring, the individual leaf buds are picked and carefully handcrafted into this noteworthy tea. Infuse in a glass to enjoy the dance of the leaf bud spears, now green. Each bud is covered with white downy hair and the tea is known for its buttery, nutty flavor. Packed with antioxidants and low in caffeine – a very healthy tea. This is our highest grade and was grown near Fuding, in northern Fujian.

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mix this with the minty tea of your choice and this becomes amazing! one of the best blends i own.

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Simply divine tea ! Lives up to its reputation ! Too bad I have just a little bit of it ! Must get more :-)

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Probably one of the best teas I’ve ever had! Its good with a lot of tea ( like a heaping tablespoon for 6 oz steeps) and long steeps with low temp (170ish). Tastes like toasted pines needles and chocolate when steeped right!

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170 °F / 76 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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